That 70’s Vibe

The 70’s trend has been hard to miss this season but don’t let it scare you. When I say 70’s I don’t mean flares and flower power shirts. No I’m talking about roll necks, sumptuous prints, silk shirts and wide lapels. Not what you expect when you think of the 70’s right. You my think this might be tricky to wear but infact it couldn’t be easier.

Like I’ve mentioned in previous posts I always find it hard to be inspired about what to wear at this time of year as it always seems like a bit of a lull as we are in between seasons. Now luckily the stores seem to have picked up the pace a bit with newness. Zara for example have some amazing pieces in like this V Neck Jumper which I found hard to resist when I saw it. I’ve been a fan of a deep V neckline for a while now and have a similar jumper from COS which I have worn lots of the winter. To get a feel of the 70’s trend that I mentioned I have worn it with a turtleneck underneath. With the weather becoming, dare I say it a little milder this combination is perfect for wearing on less chilly days without a jacket.

It’s not often that I buy a complete outfit from the one brand but in this case the total outfit is from Zara. As I’ve mentioned before Blue Jeans are a constant staple in my wardrobe. When I seen this vintage blue style wash I was instantly drawn to them as I knew they would contrast well against the jumper. Not only that I knew I would get lots of future wear out of them as well which is something I always consider when buying new clothes.


These images were again shot with Emma Pharaoh who I have collaborated with before. I initially wanted to shoot within the Conservatory room at the Barbican however much to our disappointment it’s only opened on Sundays. I would recommend visiting the Barbican however prepared to get lost as the area is like a maze.

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    • favethingsbypaulsmith
      March 6, 2018 / 6:49 pm

      Thank you. My favorite pair at the moment!

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